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Jun 2, 2021

[Answer] 4. Which New York Yankees Baseball player, often considered one of the sport's best players, died in 1941 at the age of 37 of a catastrophic disease known as Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis?

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...1. Lou Gehrig 2. Cal Ripken Jr. 3. Yogi Berra 4. Hank Greenburg Lou Gehrig was arguably one of American sport's most beloved athletes, even decades after his death. Known as the "Iron Horse" for his stamina and perseverance, he was also known for his honor, dignity, and humility. Even though he was making good money, especially compared to most people during this time, he never let it go to his head. And no amount of money, even today, can save a person struck with this terrible affliction, which is now more commonly known in the US as Lou Gehrig's Disease.




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Lou Gehrig:


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